[R] graph bugs using R on MAC

bby2103 at columbia.edu bby2103 at columbia.edu
Sun Sep 18 21:55:35 CEST 2011

Copy paste doesn't work. So I tried to Select and then copy paste, but  
it doesn't work either.

Quoting Don McKenzie <dmck at u.washington.edu>:

> On 18-Sep-11, at 12:38 PM, bby2103 at columbia.edu wrote:
>> This is has been bugging me for a long time. Nobody around me seems  
>>  to have this problem. I hope someone on the forum could help me.
>> When I generate a R graph and want to bring the image into Word. I   
>> cannot copy and paste it like many of my classmates can do. The   
>> "Select" in Edit menu have all options grayed out.
> You want "Copy", not "Select".  Then Paste into your word processor.
>> So what I ended up doing is to save it as pdf file and bring it   
>> into Word. But if I use "Identify" in the Plot statement, there   
>> will be values labels on the graph when you click on the   
>> observation. For some reason, these labels don't show up in the pdf  
>>  file.
>> So the last resort I have is prinscreen, which always have   
>> irrelevant things showing.
>> I've tried updating R/OS and all softwares on my MAC, but nothing   
>> seems to do anything. I have OX 10.6.8. Does this problem sound   
>> familiar to anyone?
>> Thanks in advance!
>> Bonnie Yuan
>> ______________________________________________
>> R-help at r-project.org mailing list
>> https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/r-help
>> PLEASE do read the posting guide http://www.R-project.org/posting-guide.html
>> and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code.
> When we look at the wings of the eagle
> To the left, closest to the heart, is the spirit
> To the right, far away from the heart, is the science
> No bird can ever lift off with wings that are not equal
> -- Greenland First Nations elder
>     quoted in EOS Transactions
> Don McKenzie, Research Ecologist
> Pacific WIldland Fire Sciences Lab
> US Forest Service
> Affiliate Professor
> School of Forest Resources, College of the Environment
> CSES Climate Impacts Group
> University of Washington
> phone: 206-732-7824
> dmck at uw.edu

More information about the R-help mailing list